At the beginning of the year, we discussed the Net Neutrality repeal and what it means for our clients. At the time of our discussion, with the ban being so recent, we were not sure the direction major ISPs would go. A major concern was that bandwidth consumers (you and me) of the nation's largest ISPs would lose or have limited access to content provided via Internet (including streaming services, such as Netflix and Amazon Prime).
If you are a building owner, be it residential or commercial, your rooftop is a revenue opportunity. Wireless service providers seek the location and space to provide service.
With the school year ending, Virtual TV providers received their report cards. A Virtual Multichannel Video Programming Distributor, or Virtual TV provider for short, offers a broad range of premium video content over the Internet, just like any cable or video service provider, but do not have to own network infrastructure.
Preparing for hurricane season brings a laundry list of to-do items to ensure you and your family are safe before, during and after the storm. Often times, we remember to fill our gas tanks and stock up on water, non-perishable food and generators; however, especially in our mobile, on-the-go world, we forget to have an alternative plan to watch TV.
Typically, as a property manager, residents only contact you when they need something. However, a vital responsibility of the property manager is to ensure residents are provided proper information any time of day on all aspects of the property, from scheduled board meetings and maintenance to violations and past due rent. Having a reliable and useful mobile communication system is crucial for daily operations, especially during emergencies to save lives.
Greetings from Austin! We are attending the 10th annual InterFace Student Housing Conference and excited to share our experience with you!
We were recently asked by one of our clients if signing a long-term telecom services contract that would add ten years to their existing agreement term would be detrimental to their community and its residents due to the ever-changing technology landscape. Our answer, while specific to this client, can serve as a good rule of thumb for other communities that have the same concerns.
Dense Networks' mission is to create a forum for the exchange of knowledge and best practice use of technology by creating solutions that enable competitive advantage for industry and socially responsible change in our increasingly interconnected world.
In today's world, safety and security is top of mind for all of us. Residents expect that their homes and community are safeguarded by a highly effective visitor management system and visitor tracking solution that enhances safety and security.
On June 26th, Governor Scott approved the House Bill 1237, which contains provisions requiring all condominium associations with 150 units or more to have a community website for all residents. This mandated website must provide a secure login for all residents to access community documents, financial reports, bylaws and policies, meetings, and all other information related to the association's board or management.